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WRAL.comTwo red #ruffed #lemurs #born at Duke Lemur CenterWRAL.comDurham, N.C. ? The Duke Lemur Center has welcomed two new additions to the critically endangered red ruffed lemur family. Mae and Judith were born on May 14 to parents Pandora and Comet. The center said the twin sisters are already read more...

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WRAL.comTwo red #ruffed #lemurs #born at Duke Lemur CenterWRAL.comDurham, N.C. ? The Duke Lemur Center has welcomed two new additions to the critically endangered red ruffed lemur family. Mae and Judith were born on May 14 to parents Pandora and Comet. The center said the twin sisters are already read more...

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Sky NewsLolly #good fun! Animals #fight to keep coolSky NewsLolly good fun! Animals fight to keep cool. 15:27, UK, Saturday 30 June 2018. preview image 0:51. NETWORK ERROR. Cannot Contact Server. RELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO. Video: Wolverines and Lemurs have read more...

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BBC NewsIsle of Man #lemur #birth raises spirits after blaze at #wildlife parkBBC NewsThe birth of an endangered lemur has brought hope to keepers at an Isle of Man wildlife park three months after a fire killed two of the animals. A wooden enclosure which housed lemurs at Curraghs Wildlife Park was burnt to the ground in an electrical ...and read more...

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National GeographicLemurs May Be Making Medicine Out of MillipedesNational Geographic?Some use plants, some use ants, and some use millipedes,? says Michael Huffman of the Primate Research Institute of Kyoto University. Interestingly, Huffman says this is the first time anyone has documented millipede ingestion for potential medicinal read more...

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National GeographicLemurs May Be Making Medicine Out of MillipedesNational Geographic?Some use plants, some use ants, and some use millipedes,? says Michael Huffman of the Primate Research Institute of Kyoto University. Interestingly, Huffman says this is the first time anyone has documented millipede ingestion for potential medicinal read more...

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